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. >>> with the departure of pope benedict, the catholic church is in a period of transition. there is a trend that has many catholics disturbed. religious correspondent lauren green on what is happening to catholic schools. >> they are frustrated that the school's close at the end of the year. >> when the decision time came, we were sure we met the goal. we at no time think it would close. then we felt it was in vain. >> in the 1950s, catholic schools were 13,000 nationally. today is less than 7,000. since 2000, 24% drop in number of schools. new york archdiocese of schools says this is not an academic issue. this is a finance issue. >> the cost per child is at an elementary school. roughly $6200. we artificially set tuition lower to make it as affordable as possible for all children and then we take it upon ourselves to make up the difference. >> attendance at mass down choosthere are fewer people choosing to make it a priority. >> if you're not a regular church-goer, perhaps getting that education for your child isn't at the top of your list. we think it should be. it isn't. the author of the evan genera
-old and his brother fidel ruled cuba 1959. >>> pope benedict changed the rule about his succession. religion correspondent lauren green explains there is uncertainty and controversy about the replacement process. >> pope benedict xvi signed a special legal document to clear the way for cardinals to move up the start date of the conclave once the papal seat is vacated. 15-day transition period to start the process and choose a new pope was set in 1996 and could only be changed by another pope. one of his last official acts before stepping down thursday. no date has been set for conclave to begin. >> we cannot expect it to take place before marm 1. we have no other information until cardinals decide and general congregation when the date will come. >> there is going to be one less cardinal voting in conclave. o'brien of scotland british highest ranking catholic leader is retiring and will not be attending. the resignation as archbishop of st. andrews and edinburgh is part of mandatory age requirement but comes in the wake of allegation of misconduct. british newspapers report o'brian has be ac
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